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Two of the four sons, as depicted in the Arthur Szyk Haggadah (Wikimedia Commons)

The Four Sons: Which are you?

“Of the four sons mentioned in the Haggadah — the wicked son, the simple son, the wise son and the son who doesn’t know enough to ask — which do you consider...

Midge’s Brisket

One of our favorite new Haggadah’s out this year is Mrs. Maisel’s. Yes, we’re talking about the character from the television series — and just a quick reminder,...

The chamber of the UN Human Rights Council (Wikimedia)

The twisted world of the UN

King Solomon observed that there’s nothing new under the sun. One place that dictum certainly holds true is the UN. The double standard keeps chugging along in the...

Hamantaschen go savory

The ongoing and ever-intensifying foodie craze seems to be inspiring stranger and stranger twists on classic holiday treats. Let’s take hamantaschen, for example. Last...

The Peace Cross in Bladensburg, Md. (Wikimedia)

Let the war dead rest in peace

The AJC, or American Jewish Committee, along with many other Jewish organizations, most notably the ADL, has long advocated for separation of church and state. It is...

A third type of anti-Semitism

For anyone who missed it, here’s how Sunday’s Rep. Ilhan Omar Twitterstorm went down. It’s all about the Benjamins baby 🎶 https://t.co/KatcXJnZLV — Ilhan...

The Jewish Food Guide To…

Nosher and Gefilteria have come together to create “The Official Guide to Jewish Eats.” The guides go global, connecting foodies with Jewish culinary experiences...

Last laugh

Just a little humor to end your week, going into Shabbat and the Super Bowl. Here’s a short editorial from our Feb. 1 edition. Hey, if you don’t laugh, you’ll...

JIMENA advocates on behalf of Jewish refugees from Arab countries.

JIMENA v. JVP

Earlier this week, JIMENA, a nonprofit representing Jews indigenous to North Africa and Arabia, took issue with a statement put out by Jewish Voices for Peace on...

Take the Disney challenge

What follows may be neither Jewish nor topical, but it is a fun diversion — and one can never have too many of those. Who knew Disney was so diverse? One of the people...